Today we released Wildfire onto drupal.org. This means you can download the module, create yourself an account, and start using it yourself to create email campaigns.
We're really excited by this because it means more exposure for Wildfire, more users, and therefore more opportunity for us to throw resources at making it even better and adding features.
Of course, it also means that the increased number of users will help to find all the final tiny niggles in the system and create a more polished module.
We just got back from DrupalCamp Oxford at the weekend, and there were a lot of good sessions. When you consider the ticket price was only £50 and included two 3-course lunches (both of which were way above and beyond the usual "Drupal event" food quality), it was a real bargain, but with so much information to take in, we thought we'd provide a quick summary of the key bits we took away from it.
Wonderbag is a unique product that needed a unique site. Drupal 7 put us in a great position to come up with something special, featuring huge amounts of evocative imagery, especially where food is concerned, along with a whole bunch of social content and interactivity.
The site integrates with Twitter and Facebook, and allows users to participate in discussions on the site itself. It contains a recipe index where users can submit their own recipes for moderation, and an online shop selling the Wonderbags themselves.
The National Skills Academy for Food and Drink needed an improved online presence, with more interactivity, stronger visuals, and more control over their own content. As they had a lot of content and a very long potential features list, we went on a few trips to York to sit with their team and get a feel for what they needed.
Wildfire has been completely rebranded and with it, a Drupal 7 release has been made, so we can offer the perfect email and social marketing solution to clients with both fresh and slightly older websites. What does this mean for you if you're a customer already?
Nothing has changed, except the wording. So that's a relief! If you're an existing customer, everything labelled 'Creative Message' has now been renamed to 'Wildfire'. The Creative Message platform has now reached the end of its life, and we're carrying on the platform under its new name: Wildfire.
The evening of Tuesday 23rd August will be the unofficial DrupalCon curry night. Together with NikLP, we are planning to bring together all those who love both Drupal AND curry. After all, London has some of the best of the country's curry houses, so bring an iron stomach (just kidding, as curry doesn't have to be violently hot, if you don't like that sort of thing) and let's eat!
A recent article from eMarketer highlights the fact that small businesses don’t believe that social media is an effective tool for marketing and promoting their businesses. At Tigerfish we believe that social media in isolation may not give the results required – but combine social media with email marketing, newsletters and blogs and that maybe a different story.
Type: Media Group Website
Date: April 2010
Halldale are the leading suppliers of news and news publications to the flight simulation and training market publishing a number of magazines, hosting conferences and attending trade shows as well as engaging their audience through through electronic news and online industry directories.
Type: Corporate Website
Date: July 2010
Tigerfish Interactive was asked by the CMS Group to renew their current website design and develop the new website in Drupal to allow better SEO & Google rankings. Tigerfish was then asked to give the company a social media makeover allowing feeds from twitter to appear on the website and allow links to websites such as LinkedIn.
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